Influencing Factors Of Employees Job Satisfaction: A Study On Private Commercial Banks In Bangladesh

Research Article
Nasrin Nahar., Bashir Uddin., Mohammad Abdullah Al Mamun and Sharmin Akter
Job satisfaction (JS), Private commercial banks, Factors, Motivation.

Many studies have demonstrated the job satisfaction level and the dependability to their associations yet these explores have not been directed in the creating nations. The motivation behind the studies is to discover the job satisfaction level, its effect on dependability and the elements influencing it, to help productive and viable administration framework in the creating nations like Bangladeshi banking sectors. A model was produced which incorporates the variables influencing job satisfaction. Questionnaires were produced to gather the information for employment satisfaction level in different private commercial banks. Convenient sampling was utilized and 152 surveys were filled from the employees of various private commercial banks in Bangladesh especially in Sylhet region. Measurably, reward and recognition and safety and security were most impacting components to Job` satisfaction; however organizational policy and job satisfaction has insignificant relationship. Certainly, in underdeveloped nations like Bangladesh, these applications are once in a while utilized. Along these lines, this paper underpins utilization of HRM applications in the creating nations. It will help managers to better comprehend satisfaction level of employees and can motivate them.